Whether it is for aesthetic reasons or for pain relief, many women pursue breast reduction surgery every year. Overly large breasts can be detrimental to both your physical and mental well-being, especially if they get in the way of your favorite activities. At Orange County Cosmetic Surgery, Dr. Anthony Miller can perform a breast reduction surgery to help you feel both beautiful and healthy. Here are some of the benefits that you can expect after a breast reduction.
Since larger breasts are heavy, they restrict a lot of movement and make it more difficult to exercise or perform high impact activities. This can be particularly uncomfortable for those who like do jogging, dancing, or gymnastics. Breast reduction surgery can help reduce the weight and size of the breasts, which helps straighten the spine and reduce the amount of pressure on other parts of the body when doing physical activity.
Back, Shoulder, and Neck Pain Relief
This is one of the most notable benefits of breast reduction surgery and is often lifechanging for patients. Large breasts can cause your posture to be pulled forward, resulting in consistent strain on the back, shoulders, and neck. This can lead to other issues over time like headaches, pinched nerves, or chronic back pain. Breast reduction surgery can provide immediate relief to the pain associated with large breasts and improve your overall quality of life.
Better Clothing Options
Women with large breasts usually have a difficult time finding clothes that fit properly or provide enough support for their bust. This can not only have a negative affect on your self-esteem, but also make it more expensive and time consuming to shop for a flattering wardrobe. Breast reduction is a great way to alter the proportions of your breasts to the rest of your body, making it easier to find clothes that fit and make you feel confident.
If you are interested in breast reduction surgery, call Orange County Plastic Surgery today at 714-379-7777 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Miller. We are proud to serve patients living in Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, and surrounding Southern California communities.